• This is a result of the 737 crewing issues - they are freeing up the A330's to cover domestic flights

  • Definitely more a case of A332's coming off domestic ops, I heard the other day VA was planning to almost end domestic ops for A330s within 2 years.

  • May 02, 2017, 11:39 AM

    Wouldn't count MEL-SFO completely may be more likely from UA. The Victorian government is reportably trying to push it as part of their plan to attack Silicon Valley companies to set up offices in Melbourne

  • May 02, 2017, 10:59 AM

    Also possible for BNE-DFW which I missed taking a further 2 aircraft if everything is daily. 

  • May 02, 2017, 10:58 AM

    From what I have heard Qantas current 'Plan A' would look something like this for the 787s MEL-DFW (Changes to forthcoming MEL-LAX if deal is done with AA) MEL-PER-LHRBNE-LAX-JFK SYD-SFOBNE-PER-CDGSYD-PER-FRA/TXLMEL-PER-FCO This would take at least 14 aircraft at a minimumThis...

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  • qantas 787 route annoucment

    Oct 27, 2016, 05:40 PM

    December for the initial route (which will replace a current service) and January or February for the new, new route

  • QF19/20 Loads.

    Sep 15, 2016, 11:34 AM

    QF19/20 during peak months is the highest load factor route in the Qantas international market. It was 98% las January 

  • F cabin on CX139 HKG-SYD

    Sep 08, 2016, 11:49 AM

    They use the 3 Class 77W to Sydney (and same will go for Melbourne) So Economy, Premium Economy and Business only. The 4 Class is only used on longer flights to places like New York 

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